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# CUET - Mathematics Sample Papers

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NTA releases the CUET Mathematics syllabus to help the aspirants prepare well for the exam. Whether for the general or domain-specific tests, NTA provides each and every detail about the CUET 2023 syllabus. Out of the 27 domain-specific tests, we will start with the Mathematics syllabus which is available on the official CUET website.

By going through the CUET Mathematics syllabus, aspirants will get clarity on important topics and other related information. Having an outline of the syllabus will surely be beneficial in tracking the progress. If you want to score well in this section, you have to be thorough with the exam syllabus, as it is the heart of the preparation. Thus, each candidate must have good knowledge of concepts.

Common University Admission Test or CUET 2023 is a national-level exam conducted by the National Testing Agency. The exam was previously known as CUCET solely for admissions to Central Universities. Now renamed CUET, it will be accepted by the Central and state universities for admissions to the undergraduate programs.

Candidates who will choose Mathematics in their Domain-specific section must know that the subject will have two sections – Section A and Section B, where the second section has two subparts. Section A of the Mathematics test will consist of 15 compulsory questions. Section B-1 and B-2 will consist of 35 questions each, out of which candidates will have to attempt 25 questions each.

Sections | Questions | Questions to be attempted |
---|---|---|

Section A – Mathematics and Applied Mathematics | 15 | 15 |

Section B1 – Mathematics | 35 | 25 |

Section B2 – Applied Mathematics | 35 | 25 |

CUET Mathematics syllabus will consist of all the topics from Class 12. Below mentioned are the topics for CUET Mathematics to help the candidates build their concepts and prepare well.

Topic | Title of the Unit | Topics |
---|---|---|

Topic -1 | Algebra | Matrices and types of Matrices Equality of Matrices Algebra of Matrices Determinants The inverse of a Matrix |

Topic -2 | Calculus | Higher-order derivatives Tangents and Normals Increasing and Decreasing Functions Maxima and Minima |

Topic -3 | Integration and its Applications | Indefinite integrals of simple functions Evaluation of indefinite integrals Definite Integrals Application of Integration |

Topic -4 | Differential Equations | Order and degree of differential equations Formulating and solving differential equations |

Topic -5 | Probability Distributions | Random variables and their probability distribution The expected value of a random variable Variance and Standard Deviation Binomial Distribution |

Topic-6 | Linear Programming | Mathematical formulation of Linear Programming Problem Graphical method of solution for problems in two variables Feasible and infeasible regions Optimal feasible solution |

Topic | Title of the Unit | Topics |
---|---|---|

Unit-1 | Relations and Functions | Relations and Functions Inverse Trigonometric Functions |

Unit-2 | Algebra | Matrices Determinants |

Unit-3 | Calculus | Continuity and Differentiability Applications of Derivatives Integrals Applications of the Integrals Differential Equations |

Unit-4 | Vectors and Three-Dimensional Geometry | Vectors Three-dimensional Geometry |

Unit-5 | Linear Programming | - |

Unit-6 | Probability | - |

Topic | Title of the Unit | Topics |
---|---|---|

Unit-1 | Numbers, Quantification, and Numerical Applications | Modulo Arithmetic Congruence Modulo Allegation and Mixture Numerical Problems Boats and Streams …etc |

Unit-2 | Algebra | Matrices and types of matrices Equality of matrices |

Unit-3 | Calculus | Higher-Order Derivatives Marginal Cost and Marginal Revenue using derivatives Maxima and Minima |

Unit-4 | Probability Distributions | Probability Distribution Mathematical Expectation Variance |

Unit-5 | Index Numbers and Time-Based Data | Index Numbers Construction of Index numbers Test of Adequacy |

Unit-6 | Index Numbers and Time-Based Data | Population and Sample Parameter and Statistics and Statistical Interferences |

Unit-7 | Index Numbers and Time-Based Data | Time Series Components of Time Series Time Series analysis for univariate data |

Unit-8 | Financial Mathematics | Perpetuity, Sinking Funds Valuation of Bonds Calculation of EMI..etc |

Unit-9 | Linear Programming | Introduction and related terminology Mathematical formulation Different types of Linear Programming Problems … etc. |

Here are some of the most important tips for the CUET 2023 Mathematics Exam.

**1.** Practice is the key to getting ahead.

One of the best ways to prepare for a math test is to do as much practice as possible. Getting good at math takes a lot of practice. Mastery can't be reached if the person trying to do so hasn't worked with the material enough. Candidates are told to keep using and improving the skills and knowledge they have already learned. The better the performance will be, the more time spent practising.

**2.** Write down all the formulas.

To do well in mathematics class, you need to remember a lot of formulas. If candidates have to write down and study the formulas every day, it will be hard to remember them all. So, it's important to make a chart with all of the equations and put it in a place where you sit or spend a lot of time. Since most math problems can be solved by using the right formula, writing down and understanding all of the formulas is very important.

**3.** Understand the Derivations

To figure out how to solve the problems, you need to have a firm grasp of the deductions and their reasoning. Even though candidates learn the formulas, it is more important to understand why they are doing what they are doing. It is very important to understand where things came from. It is one of the best ways to learn about a subject by going deep into its foundations.

**4.** Clarify all your doubts

To learn math, you have to put what you know about theory into practice and vice versa. During the process of figuring out how to solve the problems, there are a lot of chances for applicants to feel uncertain. Candidates should never be afraid to ask their classmates or teachers questions and get more information about anything they don't understand. All of the applicants were told to stay in touch with math experts, teachers, or friends who are good at math because they might be able to answer any questions or concerns they have.

**5.** Revise

All of the applicants have to look over the information in the curriculum, which has all of the ideas. Reviewing what they've learned may help them remember it better. It's about as important as reading a new chapter in a book. Because we are human, we can sometimes forget what we have learned. Revision makes it easier to remember what you've learned and do well on the test.